Practice-area not far from Basel. Some very nice crack-systems! An ideal training ground in the mid grades.
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Area in the Bieler Jura. The rocks on the steep south slope above the village of Orvin are famous – especially for plaisir climbing. It is easy to see that some routes are also suited for clean climbing.
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The Medji in the Matter Valley (Valais) is a real crack climbing gem. Perfect cracks in super compact gneissic rock.
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A so far unpublished route in the steep and meager sidevalley of the Val Bavona, the Valle di Foifòi. The South-West Ridge of the Pizzo dei Foifòi encompasses more than 25 pitches (5a / C-1).
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Die sport route «Eole danza per noi» on the Aiguille de la Varappe (6a / 12 pitches) in the Valais is a good example for an excellently equipped route in fantastic rock.
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Out of the Jura keepwild! climbs guidebook: Ridge climbs in the wild west. The Arête de la Vauchotte (5c / 4-5 pitches) on the Doubs is a little adventure – the sort usually only found in remote valleys of the Alps.
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Out of Best of keepwild! climbs: The western promontory of the Stockhorn (5b / 18 pitches) is a genuine keepwild! route.
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Dallying forbidden! Those willing to complete the 200 (!) pitches up to 6a in a single push should really hurry up!
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The Prix Wilderness 2008 winner-route in the south-west wall of the Gredetschorli (6c / 11-16 pitches) is a really wild affair. An exemplary route, without a single bolt.
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In the Gruebenkessel in the Bernese Oberland there are lots of keepwild! destinations. For example the
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South-West Buttress on the Hiendertellihorn.
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